Long-time Chelsea defender and skipper John Terry is out to find another club after the club confirmed that he would be departing Stamford Bridge at the end of the current season.
The 36-year old would keep playing the game as he is not keen to hang his boots just yet.
He said he would seek more playing time elsewhere as he barely gets called into action in the Antonio Conte set-up. Terry only revealed that he would play on but he did not as much as hint where.
Tony Pulis could make a play for the veteran. Terry with his experience could pair Gareth McAuley at West Bromich Albion. West Brom have been impressive this term and they rank among the top eight teams in the Premier League. Pulis confirmed that he made inquiries about Terry during the winter window but he could do more when the summer window opens.
Several ex-Premier League stars have all gone on to play in the Major League Soccer in America. Terry could follow the path of Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard and many others. He could be picked up by any of the franchises to organize their backline.
On the other hand, Terry could go get a ‘retirement package’ in the Chinese Super League. Former Blues stars Ricardo Carvalho, Alexandre Pato, John Obi Mikel, Ramires and Oscar have followed that route. Popular faces could be former Blues coach Luiz Felipe Scolari at Guangzhou Evergrande and former Three Lions boss Sven-Goran Eriksson at Shenzhen FC.
Other options could be smaller teams in the Premier League like Crystal Palace and Bournemouth or new boys Brighton and Newcastle United.